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“What the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve”

The book introduces the idea of using belief and ‘coding’ the unconscious mind to work on the success plan. Hill suggests anyone can achieve what ever they want if they literally ‘put their mind to it’.

I can support this idea, as only days after reading the first part of the book my mind started filling with ideas and practical steps to move towards the goal I had envisioned. I also started prioritising the activities I had written down as the ways I was going to give the universe in form of my services in exchange of the riches.

The book was published in 1937 and was a starting point to personal success literature. Hill was inspired by Andrew Carnegie asked him if he’d interview and analyze over 500 successful men and women, many of them millionaires, in order to discover and publish the formula for success. All of his advice is still valid today!

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